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r.VKNiNO nut.LKTiN, Honolulu, t. ii . Saturday, Nov. 21. io.
. A New Up-To-Date
Our New Stock, Jutt reesived, has put our Crockery Depart
ment second to none In thlt city. So tar as prices go, It leads eat.
Ily In quality of goods offered for the money.
Betides the usual lines of crockery we hive Fancy Ramlklns,
Bullion Cups of English and French China, Fern Dishes, Choco
late and After Dinner Coffee Sets, Etc
E. O. HAUL & SON, Limited,
COR. KINQ and FORT 8TS.
ESTABLISHED IN IS 58.
Bishop & Co.
Commercial and Travelers'
Letters of Ciedit issued on
the Bank of California and
N. At. Rothschild & Sons
Correspondents for the
American Express Company
and Thos. Cook & Son.
Interest allowed on term
and Savings Bank Deposits.
Wm. O. Irwin.
Claus Spreckels & Co.
HONOLULU, : : : t. H.
San Francisco Agsnts The Ne
ada National Hank of San Francisco.
Draw Exchange on tbe Nevada Na
tlonal Bank of San Francisco.
London Tbe Union of Loudon and
Smith's Dank, Ltd.
New York American Exchange Na
Chicago Corn Exchange National
Paris Credit Lyunnale.
Hongkong and Yokohama Hong
kong Shanghai Banking Corporation.
New Zealand and Australia Bank
of New Zealand and Bank of Austra
lia ..Victoria and Vancouver Bank of
British North America.
Deposits received. Loans made on
approved security. Cotnmerc'al and
Travelers' Credits Issued. Bills of Ex
change bought and sold.
Collections Promptly Accounted For.
AND TRUST CO.
OP HAWAII, LTD.
SUBSCRIBED CAPITAL... 1200,000.00
PAID UP CAPITAL $100,000.00
President Cecil Brown
Vice President M. p. Robinson
Cashier U T. Peck
Office: Corner Frt and King Ste.
SAVINGS DEPOHTS received and
Interest allotted for yearly deposits ai
the rate of 4 1-2 per cent, per annum.
Rules and regulations furnished up
Tin Ytkohama Spt clt Bank, w
Capital Paid Up .
Reset ved Fund .
HCAD OrTICC, NOKOHAMA.
BRANCH AGENCIES Antung,
Helen, Hang Kan, Cheloo, Dalny,
Bombay, Hongkong, Honolulu, Kobe,
I,n)'nng, London, Lyons. Mukden,
Nagasaki, Newihwang, New York,
Peking, Han Krantlsco, Shanghai, Ti
entsin, Toklo, Osaka.
The bank buys nnd receives for co.
lei Hon Bills of lUthsnge, Issued
Draft and Letters of Credit and tranu
acts a general bunking business,
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SEA FOR 62 YEARS
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Booklet for the asking at
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
Cor. Fott and Kins; Sis.
PHONE MAIN 131
Benny & Company,
AND BUYERS OF
We buy, sell, exchange and repair
all kinds of sewing machines. A large
assortment of oil, needles and spare
parts always on hand. Machines on
1266 AND 1268 FORT 8TREET.
PHONE MAIN 488.
To Our Store
WILL CONVINCE YOU
THAT HERE YOU CAN
BUY ANYTHING IN OUR LINE.
The Best for the Money
111 HOTEL STREET nr, FORT IT.
esjjT Fine Job Printing at the Bul
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin.
Veteran Captain Of Japan
In Command Of
One of t lie jming sea rnptalns tun
nine out nf Jniin Is Captnln Jnhan
Wlluclin Lclolrnml, master of the
9. H HhlhMn Mnru, now bins nt
fiixhop wlinif, Cnptaln EckHtrnnd
coilctst h Hint hp has been going to
sen only K2 yearn Hut that Isn't his
fnull. He started as noon ns hp could.
Mk flrt onc,p being mndo when ho
was less than 12 years old. He lms
been nt It ever since, nnd for 39 years
has been n commander under the Jap
Captnln KcKntrnnd Is 71 )cnrx old
nnd doesn't look It, If a man Is ns
'old as he leels, the captnln la nbotlt
I. Hale nnd hearty Is n sadly over
worked phrase, but It la nbout the
only one that tnn be used to describe
the old sen dap;.
For rnrs, up lo n short tlmo ngo.
Captain Eckstrnnd was mnstcr nf one
of Hip steamships of the Ytiscn Risen
Kalsha. Ho hns he was thrown out
beeaiiHP of Ills nge. Hut even then he
retniued bis command until ho wnH
tnn )cars past tbo ngo limit. And
when ho left the service of the com
pany he was presented with n little,
remembrance in the shape nf a gra
tuity of 20,000 yen ($10,000) and a let
ter telling nf the appreciation of tho
company for hlx long nnd faithful Her
Mnny of the rnptnlns now In the em
ploy of that nnd other Japanese com
panies ncro brought up under Captain
Eikstrantl and learned their seaman
ship irnm him. The affection with
which they regard him In attested by
a gold watch, chain and pendant which
the Captain wears. It was presented
to him by a number of his former
officers, now masters of ships, with n
letter that makes the Cnptaln blush
t ndcr bis whiskers whencter ho looks
And hla collection of treasures In
cluded other things nf a simitar na
ture Ono of them Is a gold emblem
of tho Order of Long Servitude. It Is
a massive tiling, of pure gold, tho but'
linn In it having n aluc of 00 yen.
And I here Is also tho Order of tho
nislng Sun. When tho Captain pins
this on his coat, he is privileged to
call on tbo Mikado. Ho also hag the
badge of tho Japanese Red Cross.
Resides being n good seamnn, Cap
tain KckBtrand Is ono of tho best fcl-
Inns Hint ecr sailed Into Honolulu in
command of a vessel.
8lxt -two yenrs of active, scrvlco Is
not enough (or this old sen mptaln.
He Is not ready et to retire. He ex
pects to be a centenarian, at least, and
wants to spend ne much of the remain
ing tlmo as nosslblo In command of
o teasel. Ho sajs that bo was wnked
tip at 12 o'clock nt night befnro leav
ing Japan on this voyage by nn agont
of tho company, who wanted him to
take command of tbo Shibata Maru.
Tho Shlhatn Is to return to Japan,
rosstbly after going to the Sound for
a cargo nf wheat, and after that It lsj
probable that she will return to Hono
lulu with another load of Japanese Im
m m p n
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First quarter of the moon Nov. 22.
'limes of these tides not staled In
Times of the tide are taken from
tho United States Coast and Oeodetlo
Hawaiian standard time la 10 hours
30 minutes slower than Greenwich
time,. being that of the merldUn of 157
degrees 30 rainntcs. The time whistle
blows at 1:30 p. m , which le the same
as Orconwlch. 0 hours 0 minutes. Sun
and moon are for local time for tbe
Friday, November 23.
Am. schr. Mary V. Fostcro. Thomp.
Eon. 27 days from Fort lllnkelcy, 10:30
Nor. bk. Mnrclt. Forbes, from Lclth
England, 170 ln)s out, SMS p. m.
From Kawalhae to Walmea by au
tomobile and thence through either
tbe Konas or Hamakua to Ililo, will
show you the finest sceneries of the
For particulars write to
Friday, November 23.
Stmr. Claudlne, Parker, for Maul anil
Hawaii ports, 5 p. m.
SEtmr. IniiUnl, IMItz, for Kauiu
ports, ." p, m.
Stmr. Nllhnu, Townsend, for Knuat
ports, 5 pm.
nr. S. S. Ilttccnlnur, Jenkins, for Su
va, 1:16 nm.
Per stmr. Claudlne, for Maul and Ha
waii ports, Nov. 23 Cnptuln l'cnlml
low. Chns. K. oNtlcy. W. O. Walker,
Jno. A. Scott, Mrs. Scott, Jas. Scott and
two children, Jno Itoss, W. 11. C.
Campbell, J. N. S. Williams, Geo (Hub
Jas. Olbb. Jlobt. Mutton, Thos. H. Ken
nedy. D. rallies, A. C. llctts. Miss A
von Tcmpsky, U on Tcmpsky. U
Alona. C. W. Macfnrlanc, Jno, Macacl.
J. Knlnkaua, Wm on Scggcrn. E. I.
Strout, Wm, Smith, Lloyd Smith, Jno.
Spencer nnd wife. E. Mollcr, Pak Whak
So, Slprn, C.CroHcll, Father Maxlmln,
Agatutna ancune, K. 11. linn ami sou
Mlsi L. Murrn). H. IS. Savage, W, Star
by. V. Taknkuna.
Per stmr, lualanl, for Kntial ports,
Nov. 23 Mrs, Stoddart and child, Mrs.
N. P. Knjc. W. Stoddart, Mrs. T. Evans
nnd child. F. Weber, A. Fries. L N. W
Hrondbcnl, Miss Hlscox, Mrs. Weber,
N. P. Pay. C Drclcr, B. D. Ualdnln
Per stmr. Nllhau, for Kauai, No. 23
Oco 11. Falnhlld, C. O. Tanpan.
YONO TAN NOT GUILTY
Yong Tnn, the Chinaman (.barged
with perjury whoso trial has been go
Ing on before Judge Dole for tho last
two days, was found not guilty yester
day by tho Jury, which wbb so directed
I y Judgo Dole, The caso turned on
the pnlnt that tho law states that tho
oath shall be administered by the In
spector In charge, while in tho case
ol Yong Tan It was gien by Asblbtanl
Inspector Curry. F. M. Dechtcl was
at the time inspector In charge. This
point was advanced by tbe attorneys
tor the defence In asking for a direct
ed crdlct after the projccutlon had
lubmlttcd its case.
s e 1
The introduction of Rugby, coupled
with tho refusal of Stanford to agree
to a postponement of tho Intercolle
giate contest to Thanksgiving daj, will
lcao the athletic committee of the
UnUerslty of California $23,000 lu
THE HOME OF GOOD THINGS
ICE CREAM PARLORS
LUNCH ROOM and BAKERY
with the true American spirit and in keeping with the
President's Proclamation, almost everyone In Honolulu will keep Thanks
giving Day as a day of feasting.
The Palm Is Yours For
A Holiday of Feasting
AND THANKSGIVING. We have to offer:
PUDDING AND PIES.
For the feast you should order some
of our delicious PLUM PUDDING
The pies are PUMPKIN, SQUASH,
CRANBERRY and MINCE. The last
In four elies priced 25c, 35c, 50c. and
7Rc. The pies are as good as tlirlr
Our Restaurant will serve Thursday
evening, from 5 to 8 p, m., a swell
Thanksgiving TURKEY DINNER,
which will he complete In every
course, from soup to nutt, lor 50c,
If YOU LAT AT MOMC WL VILL ROABTYOUR runKCY FOR YOU,
WHY HOI OLI tlLAUY
lis HortL, ncar roni
I'llONU MAIN 3
A. Splendid Array of
WASH DRESSE8 FROM G MC3. TO 14 YEARS.
FRENCH HAND MADE DRESSES.
CHILDREN'S ROMPCR8 AT 35
8ACQUES, BOOTEES, VESTS, CAPS, 8TORK PANTS and BIBS.
Ladies' and Children's Parasols
IN MANY COLORINGS.
We have the parasol frames and handles, eo that Ladles ean
choose their own coverings to match their eulte.
A Visit To China
Wouldn't help you to fin d a better, larger and ae low-priced
an assortment of Chinese goode to eelect from, ae we are now
There Isn't an article In thle list that wouldn't make a eutt.
able preeent for your friend: Chinese Crockeryware, Mattlnge,
Vases, Chinese and Japanese Ivory and Silverware, Dress 8ilke,
Doylies, Handkerchlefe and Grass Linen goods In air colore.
We Invite your Inspection of goode. , 7
Wing Wo Tai & Co.,
941 NUUANU ST.
IWaix Chimnanf i
'Mk eta ir t m. P A A M m r 111 kfe Jl M v
Great Saving Prices
See Shoe Window Display
Men's $5.00 Custom-Made' Cor- $0 RR
dovan.AII Sizes, All Widths, at POi J J
Men's $3,50 and $4.00 Yici Kid. Box Calf,
Blucher or Bally all Goodyear, $9 7R
Welt Sewed Soles, at yd I J
Men's $2.50 and $3.00 Black or (D( 7P
White Canvas Oxfords or Boots, PI 1 1 0
Boys' All Solid, Quilted Sole, Calf M 1 C
Skin Uppers.SchoolShoes, $2 kinds M 1 U
Woman's Party Slippers, Comfort House
Slippers, or Street Oxfords, 30 styles,
$1.00 to $1.50
L. B; Kerr & Co., Ltd.,
i, r - y '
A GREAT .BARGAIN
11:ACI1 HATH LOT.
ni-ar rcsldintr of J. A. McCandl's's
Knq, adjoins the old Along premises.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
WEDNESDAY, DECKMBErV 5, 1908,
At tho premises owned -by the lata
a. Kunst, Esq. at Walklkl. tho whole
HOUSE AND HAnNESS.
Will sell Ilorso and Surrey at I'rt-
atc Sale If Inducement offers.
JA8. F. MORGAN.
im, Kansas an
AM All Prlnelaal ater Pttata.
ate mu your ttoktt reads via tt
UNION PACIFIC. '
Mr full iaf erfutlM eJl m
a. p. moth, a. Ah
Parry BulMIng, tan Franelee, Oal.
CillNESU GRASS LINEN
at reduced prices this week
vAIIOV, 1033 Nuiuuu St,
between Klnp And Hold,
Mc Qutt Delivered J, QtWon
HOW D E L I C O U 8 I I
Marry airing's Hurt
a e c M B A M,
Having moved our shop to our sta.
bles on Fort St. arid angagtd the ser
vices of Mr, M, J. Rodriguee (late of
W. W. Wrlaht A Co.) ill uurb lft
with us will be neatly and quickly
Tel. Main 109
Is delicious and rsfrMltlng drink, II
le like in escellent peich In llauld
form. Aik far It, Bottled by
i HAWAIIAN SODA W0HK,
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